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WRITTEN BY ELIZABETH RHODES

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In style and rock solid in Magnolia
 
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The sky-lit atrium, punctuated by a rich wood-and-metal staircase, connects the home's two upstairs wings.
Architect: Tim Rhodes of Rhodes Architecture + Light

Builder: Collins Construction

Construction cost/size: $1.2 million/3,217 square feet

The intent: Jim and Audrey Collins wanted their new home to be stylistically compatible with neighboring houses along one of the prettiest streets in Seattle's Magnolia neighborhood. Rhodes gave them that with a two-story stone-and-stucco neo-traditional whose entry opens onto a skylighted atrium. On the main floor is a guest suite, a living room with recycled beams and an ultra-luxe kitchen and family room that open onto a private, walled courtyard. Upstairs are two wings of bedrooms connected by a bridge. Various stones, including granite, limestone and travertine, are used extensively throughout.

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